Tips for Reducing Food Waste & 25 No-Bake Desserts This Time Last Year

Tips for Reducing Food Waste & 25 No-Bake Desserts This Time Last Year

Emma Christensen
Jul 22, 2011

The heat was no match for us last year. We were in the kitchen with lobster rolls, sticky rice, and a bevy of no-bake desserts. These, plus tips for reducing your food waste and some unexpected help for large-batch canning, after the jump.

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Get your lobster on with these summer-tastic lobster rolls.

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This almond dew is terrific in cocktails and summer spritzers.

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Here's how to line your pans with parchment to make lifting those trays of brownies and bars a snap.

• Can you even imagine this kitchen as a galley?

A staple of Thai restaurants, mango sticky rice is surprisingly easy to make at home.

• Check out this list of ten easy ways to reduce our food waste.

Mmm...a bowl of steamed mussels and a pint of beer for dinner.

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• Try a cake banner next time you don't feel like getting out the piping kit!

• You never know what will come in handy when you start a big batch of canning.

• A peek at New Orleans from a mixologist's perspective.

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